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Old 08-26-2013, 05:25 PM   #88
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Default Re: George Zimmerman shops for shotgun!?!?!??

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Originally Posted by gigantes
video quality wasn't great... seemed like i might have seen some purpling under his eyes. are there better pics / video for that?
Black eyes from punches are not soft little under the eye dark spots. They look like this: http://starcasm.net/wp-content/uploa...yblackeye1.jpg

As opposed to walking into glass where it is sometimes dubious and the brain actually angles off the blow and small dark marks are left below the eye. If Zim was able to obtain two soft black eyes without swelling anywhere it would have been another marvel of the night.
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one thing about the concrete-- if his body really was on the grass while his head was against the the edge of the concrete, it could explain the cuts on the back of his head and why there's no swelling.
You can bang your head on the door in your house which has a hard 90degree angle and it won't leave a slice cut like the slice cuts that Zim had: http://assets.nydailynews.com/polopo..._635/image.jpg
Which seems like he might have hit his head on a sprinkler or garden tool. But any violent hit to the head will cause bruising or swelling. Hard hits on concrete, no matter what the angle, will never just leave cuts. The edge of the concrete would actually be more likely to cause swelling. The skull needs swelling to protect the brain in humans. Now Zimmermans might be different.
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